September 2011 was a good month for the Chevrolet Camaro, as 6,994 new bowtie-clad muscle cars left the dealership with a happy new owner behind the wheel.
The new 2012 Chevy Colorado offers all new exteriors, interiors and mechanical features and is the most extensive mid-size truck program in Chevrolet’s 100-year history.
Earlier this month GM said it is on truck to meet the target of selling 10,000 Chevy Volts by the end of 2011. By August GM had sold 3500 Volts.
General Motors posted a gain of 20% over last September, placing them third among major automaker groups in the US market behind just Chrysler (27%) and Nissan (25%) as all four GM brands posted po
If the financials are true, the UAW will have squeezed out $2,500 more per person in bonus money for Ford Motor auto workers than it did for their UAW contemporaries at General Motors Co., where ve
This year, on November 3, 2011 Chevrolet will be celebrating its 100th birthday! That means that Chevy has been producing high quality cars and trucks for 100 years!
Since the Ford Mustang Cobra Jet FR500CJ was introduced by Ford Racing, it has been making short work of the factory drag racing classes with all sorts of records but next season, there could be a
Chevrolet will use a new painting process called "three-wet" on the new Sonic subcompact, that they claim will reduce emissions while still maintaining the quality paint finish of a new car.
In a statement also released on its media Web site, the union for American auto workers said the changes will be "officially" announced in November, but because of widespread speculation "caused by
Even though the Porsche 911 has a price significantly higher than that of the entry level Chevrolet Corvette, Porsche sets a benchmark for high end performance so it should come as no great surpri
The first Chevrolet Camaro ZL1 was sold to the public yesterday for $250,000 at the Barrett-Jackson auction in Las Vegas.
Despite a gasping U.S. economy that is trying hard to recover, Americans are aggressively acquiring existing leases that have very short terms left on them.